Date: Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Arrival and Networking: 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Dinner: 6:00PM to 6:30 PM
Presentation: 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
TO REGISTER - CLICK HERE
Excerpt: "The Next Leader"
In this interactive session, in a series of thought experiments, participants will work in small teams to develop a very succinct set of traits, skills, and behaviors for leaders for the next generation of workers and workplaces.
Each discussion will flow from a question derived from economic and cultural forecasts, or from reviews of multiple leadership diagnostic instruments and theories, or from descriptions of generational, diversity, and inclusion differences in our current workforce.
Once a vision of the Next Leader is set, we will set to work on strategies to begin developing those leaders from among our current co-workers and describe the impact this might have on quality in organizations.
We’ll discuss the links between leadership development and workplace development and the kinds of organizational culture that will facilitate that development.
Participants will leave with a broad roadmap to transform their organizations to face the next generation of challenges, threats, problems, or opportunities.
David Veech - Senior Lecturer
David Veech is an Advanced Lean Systems coach and advisor with decades of practical and academic experience helping companies improve complex and mundane systems. He’s a retired Army officer, has founded of two international consulting firms, has served on the faculty of four Universities, and has authored two best-selling books. He rejoins the faculty at the Ohio State University Fisher College of Business in the Autumn of 2022 where he’ll teach operations, process improvement, and lean systems in graduate, undergraduate and executive programs.